Tri-Cities voters — along with citizens around the country - headed (or are headed) to the polls today.
While there are reports that voter turnout at polling areas throughout the Bay Area appear to be less than the 2008 presidential election, Fremont volunteers said turnout has been consistent.
Inspector Dave Hupp is charged with the operation of the polling place located at the Fremont Central Park Teen Center and said that the center was full of voters in the morning.
As of 2 p.m., approximately 230 people had casted their vote at that location, Hupp said.
Alameda County Registrar of Voters Dave Macdonald said in 2008, 78 percent of voters in Alameda County cast their ballots. This year, he speculates about 70 percent of residents will vote.
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Patch local editor Nika Megino is rockin' hers on her watch band, next to her free "Indivisible" bracelet from Starbucks.
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Bay City News contributed to this report.